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Windstream-owned Allworx Corp., an IP phone systems maker, has launched a next-generation line of VolP communications systems designed for small-and medium-sized businesses.
Supported by its new Allworx System Software 8.0, Allworx Connect includes five models with capacities ranging from 20 to 180 maximum users. It boasts faster processing power, enhanced Codec support, native Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, improved mobile connectivity and better system security.
“The main idea behind the Connect systems was to build a robust family of VolP systems that serves as a platform for the exciting software-based features and functionality we are introducing in 2015 and beyond,” said Chris Hasenauer, Allworx’s vice president and general manager.
Allworx has deployed more than 40,000 VolP systems and more than 600,000 IP phones across more than 25,000 business customers to date.
“The small and mid-size enterprise markets are seeking secure IP-based telephony solutions that blend simplicity with a feature set that enables increased flexibility, enhanced mobility and greater customer responsiveness,” said Rob Arnold, industry principal and program manager at Frost & Sullivan, a market research firm. “Allworx’s new series of Connect systems provides customers with a next-generation VolP communication platform that’s much faster, more secure and enables greater mobility.”
Last fall, Allworx introduced new data management applications – Allworx View and Allworx View ACD – to help customers control telecom costs and increase security.
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